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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

During this unsettling time as our world copes with the novel coronavirus outbreak, our school continues to hold fast to the notion that “Rectory is relationships.”  In fact, it is the importance of these relationships and the strength of the connections we form that guides Rectory’s approach to this challenging situation. Our first priority remains the health and well-being of our community, and we resolve to take actions that will support our global community—on and off campus.  More than ever we want our shared Rectory connections to support all of us through the challenges associated with this pandemic.

The information on this page presents Rectory’s response to the coronavirus outbreak and provides resources to our community as we navigate an unprecedented situation.  Our goal is to continue, albeit from afar, to provide an “enriching and supportive” academic experience. We do so guided by the directives and recommendations of our governmental and health organizations, and with the hopes and well-being of students, their families, and our employees in mind.

~Fred Williams, Headmaster


Frequently Asked Questions


Distance Learning (Technology)


Distance Learning Resources (Middle School)


Distance Learning Resources (Elementary School)


Rectory COVID-19 Communications

Carson L. '21

Carson L. '21 is one of four children remaining on Rectory's campus. In this article, Carson talks about his emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Information and Resources

First page of the PDF file: COVID19-symptoms


First page of the PDF file: stop-the-spread-of-germs